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For a time (recently, coinciding with a bout of depression) I was obsessed with model Denise Milani. However this made me feel rather guilty (and not just because of the depression) because I like to think of myself as feminist, and many feminists would call the world of pinups and modeling objectifying. Meanwhile I was masturbating to orgasm while focusing in on this woman's too perfect boobs. [Eek!]

Ironically I do watch erotica with straight up sex scenes. However on the sites where I've paid money, they take a sex-positive attitude, and have a focus on genuine female pleasure. For example, boy-girl videos where the two are a couple in real life too. It's more about the sexual than the sexy.

Ironically I liked Denise more than other models because in her videos she seemed more excited, playful and genuine that other models. In interviews she claims men like her for her confident personality. Also in interviews she claims she's single but has no time to date. In reality she's married to a Jerry Trlica 20 years older than her and has a 10 year old child. She claims her breasts are natural. But google "Denise Trlica" and the second entry down is from a site all about breast implants. Of course On that particular site they seem more inspired that anything. I also found pictures from before surgery. She's was still attractive, but getting implants and other surgery and then lying about it apparently helped her career. (She lies [Frown] , hence the irony, not that glamor models typically lie to their adoring fans).

In many discussions about sex work, there is the attitude that "It's just another job" This explains why some other models might seem fake or bored. Their boredom is similar to that of an office drone, except with gratuitous cleavage.

As a final note to my rant, her's a link to a interview with Glamour Model Lucy Pinder who has zero illusions about where her six-figure income comes from. It's almost sad when she says "I've gotta love them, I suppose".

Some apparently lie to their fans, some are honest. Some get plastic surgery, some rely on their 1 in a million natural beauty. Some love posing for the camera, some are just doing their job. Either way, men enjoy looking at them, and and some women can make a living that way.

So I ask for your opinion on these women who pose all sexy for the camera. What do you think?

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